Elm Street

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  1. Rick Waldroup

    Rick Waldroup No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Elm Street- Downtown Dallas

    The camera was a Nikon D2H with 18-70 zoom.

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    Damn, you got me excited haha. I thought it was going to be a picture of the elm street from nightmare on elm street.
     
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    the reflections on the street ( maybe? ) are dstracting, i thought at first maybe it was a blur motion, but...
    Is this straight or pp?
     
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    They are reflections from the glass in the building in the background. Those windows are higher up and not visible in the shot. They do look a little weird in B&W, don't they?
     
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    Some time ago I took an Elm Street shot here where I live...this makes want to dig it up.....despite it being totally different in every aspect....:confused:
     

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